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SMITH 
ACADEMY 



Hatfield, 
Massachusetts 



Nineteen sixty-six 



THE 



ECHO 



YEARBOOK EDITORS 



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THE EDITORS: L. Labbee, S. Yarrows, M. Shaw, M. Belden, T. Ursia, Mrs. Spakowski, K. Petrick, D. 
Sheehan, N. Kochan. 



THE EDITORS 

ADVISOR 

Mrs. Mary A. Spakowski 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

Martha Belden 
ASSISTANT EDITOR 

Suzanne Yarrows 
BUSINESS MANAGER 

Noreen Kochan 
TREASURER 

Dorothy Sheehan 
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 

Kyra Petrick 
LAYOUT EDITOR 

Lynne Labbee 
ASSISTANT LA YOUT EDITOR 

Michele Shaw 
COPY EDITOR 

Thomas Ursia 




The editors at one of their meetings. 




EDITORS' MESSAGE 



The editors of the 1966 ECHO have created this yearbook with one primary pur- 
pose, to give the readers a running account of this year's activities of the Smith 
Academy students. By highlighting our senior year, we have tried to show what 
our high school career has meant to us. Through our academic struggles and ex- 
tracurricular activities, we have learned to work together as participants in com- 
munity living. 

We are indebted to many people for the success of our yearbook. Our thanks 
especially go to Mr. Skarzynski and the other members of the faculty for their 
interest and co-operation throughout the year. To Mrs. Spakowski, our advisor, 
we extend our heartfelt thanks for her helpful counsel. We express our apprecia- 
tion also to the many students who contributed write-ups and helped with the 
solicitation of ads. Let us not forget our sincere thanks to the advertisers and 
patrons without whom this yearbook could not have been published. I, as editor- 
in-chief of this yearbook, especially would like to thank all the editors who were 
so generous with their time and talents. 

Within the covers of this yearbook we hope you will find a true portrait of Smith 
Academy, a vital force in our community and in the lives of its students. 



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Editor-in-Chief 




A SCHOOL DAY 





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'Chabodas' Ltd." 



'Yaga's gonna kill me." 




'Bill — where are you? 



"Pointed heads are no good for 
balancing." 



'Fresh air and good food make me think better." 




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"No, I am not on a diet, I am only 
economizing!" 



Cousin "It" 



"Our school's got a hole in it, and I might 
drown!" 




'I just found a gray hair!' 



'Leave Claire alone — she's my girl! 



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"How come you're always in the group 
with 21% fewer cavities?" 



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ACADEMICS 



DEDICATION 




Mrs. Florence E. Muller 



We, the class of 1966, dedicate this yearbook to Mrs. Flor- 
ence E. Muller who has willingly sacrificed her time to help 
us overcome the obstacles which we have encountered. We 
deeply appreciate the sincere effort which she has made to 
encourage us to develop our individuality. 



IN MEMORIAM 




Patricia L. Zembiski 
December 21, 1948 - April 1, 1965 

Sent to you is our last farewell 

Amidst the clanging of many a church bell. 

Many shall miss our demoiselle 

Truly deeper than one can foretell. 

Difficult is it to overcome the deep sorrow, 

Or hold back that out-breaking cry 

Of those who depart from us — today or tomorrow, 

But surely this should accompany all who die. 

Her smile will never begin to fade, 

Radiance and warmth it had shown, 

Revealing in Heaven — as the home of holy-made 

With character of an ever-cheerful tone. 



Long will rest the fervent memory 
For the girl who meant much to us. 
Yes, quite hard is it to combat the tears 
Which support the faith that rules all dear. 



by Thomas Ursia 



PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE 



To the Class of 1966: 

Like every other high school graduate, you, as individual members of the gradu- 
ating class of 1966, will face critical decisions which neither wealth nor educa- 
tion will be sufficient to allow you an easy resolution. Maturity may promise the 
offer of an answer, for often, what has endured previous trials may endure yet 
another, and experience will be the product. We hope this has been the product 
of your education in Hatfield. 

As you enter the modern adult world with all of its exciting and fearsome de- 
mands, you can be secure with one thought. The most critical problems existing 
in the world have all been created by the people living in the world. Under- 
standing the answers to these problems simply requires 1 of you an under- 
standing of the people who created them. But caution forces me to quote the 
words of the English philosopher, John Locke, for his Essays on Human Under- 
standing. "No man's knowledge here can go beyond his experience." 

Whatever decisions you will have to make in the future, allow your experience to 
share with your emotions in the answer. This is the true path to maturity and to 
material prosperity. With it will develop a spiritual prosperity which no price tag 
can place a value upon. 

Sincerely yours, 



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TRUSTEES 




ROW ONE: Dr. Robert Byrne, Arthur Bardwell, William Dickinson, Gordon Woodward, George How- 
ard. ROW TWO: Luther Belden, Henry Donnis, John Osley, Jr., Edward Dickinson. 



FACULTY 



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Mr. John A. Skarzynski 

Holy Cross, B.S.; Springfield College, 
M.Ed.; Superintendent; Principal; Driver 
Education Instructor. 

"You don't look sick to me!" — "So 
you're planning to go to M&M College" 

— "Are you busy? . . . "Go get the mail" 

— 2:15 cigar and radio break — study 
hall silencer. 



Mrs. Florence E. Muller 

Wheaton College, B.A.; Assistant Princi- 
pal; French 1,11,111; Latin II; Guidance; 
Senior Class Advisor; Pro Merito Ad- 
visor; Cheerleader Advisor. 

"That's not the signal to talk" - "You 
Seniors should know better" — Est-ce 
qu'il y a des questions?" — her favorite 
Gloxinia — "Never, never, never . . . !" 



Mr. Leonard A. Yarrows 

University of Massachusetts, B.S.; 
M.ED.; Plane Geometry; Algebra II; Se- 
nior Math; Chemistry; Physics. 

"Why do I always pick the hard way?" — 
nature walks during hunting season - 
that pink tie!! — "I'll see you after class" 
- hallway patrol at 2:15. 





Mr. Richard S. Nadolny 

American International College, B.S.; 
Economics; General Business; Personal 
Typing; English ll-B, IV-B; Soccer Coach; 
Junior High Basketball Coach; Junior 
Class Advisor; Chess Club Advisor. 

"I know I didn't major in English, but 
. " - "Oh, yeah?" - "Any questions? 
'.'. OK" — his Madras jacket! - that 
Texan gait. 




Mrs. Mary A. Spakowski 

University of Massachusetts, B.S.; M.S.; 
Biology HA, MB; Junior Business Math; 
Home Economics I, ill, IV; Yearbook Ad- 
visor; Sophomore Class Advisor. 

"Self rule is better than imposed rule" 

— "Now let's put that down on paper" 

— "Keep talking, keep talking" — "That's 
your second (?) warning." — "Do you 
have permission?" 



Mr. John H. Naumowicz 

University of Massachusetts, B.S.; 
M.ED.; English ll-A, lll-A, 1 1 IB, IV-A; Hu- 
manities; Prize Speaking; Thespian Ad- 
visor; Creative Writing Advisor; Rod and 
Gun Club Advisor. 

"Don't worry about it!" — " 'Big Daddy' 
wants you" — diet conscious — "You 
know I love you all!" — "I want it so 
quiet that all I can hear is our dandruff 
falling on the floor!" 



Mrs. Margaret E. Pruzynski 

McCarthy Business School; Bookkeep- 
ing; Secretarial Practice; Shorthand 1,11; 
Typing 1,11; G.O. Fund Treasurer; Falcon 
Flyer Advisor. 

"Do I have to tell you once more to be 
quiet?" — "Line up your desks" — "Which 
row goes first this time?" — "Let's speed 
it up a little!" — "There are more seats. 
We can move you!" 




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Miss B. Janet Livingston 

Duke University, B.A.; U.S. History III- 
A, III- B; Civics; Problems of Democracy 
IV-A, IV-B; Discussion Club Advisor. 



"lots" — "Do I have to treat you as chil- 
dren?" — "What's so funny over there?" 
— "Ya know?" — mountain climbing. 



Mr. Clyde Meyerhoefer 

University of Massachusetts, B.S.; Di- 
rector of Physical Education. 

"In cadence, exercise!" — "Dress right, 
dress!" — "I've never had a class like 
you senior girls" — Panda Bear — a 
Holyoke Bomber. 



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Mrs. Marie P. Sheehan 

Northampton Commercial College; 
School Secretary. 

"Explain the Falcon Flyer to me" — "I'll 
get to it tomorrow" — that dainty 
walk — Betty's adopted mother. 



SOPHOMORES 




ROW ONE: R. Burrington, P. Pergant, T. Wickles, Mrs. Spakowski, B. Malinowski, G. Vachula, J. 
Adamites, ROW TWO: E. Sikorski, B. Desmond, L Omasta, C. Mullins, E. Bruscoe, B. Kopacz, J. Ja- 
godzinski, M. Donnis, ROW THREE: K. Klimczyk, M. Doktor, C. Vachula, K. Pelis, S. Majewski, B. 
Malinowski, W. Belden, J. Cantwell, P. Maciorowski, T. Wilkes, P. Duga, S. Proulx, C. Bourque, M. 
Slysz, P. Betsold, ROW FOUR: K. Szych, I. Glenowicz, L. Shaw, J. Dickinson, E. Osley, M. Ciszewski, 
C. Skorupski, V. Lisewski, T. Zgrodnik, W. Betsold, D. Sheehan, W. Osley, C. Fitzgerald. 




On September 11, the sophomore class 
held their first class meeting at Smith 
Academy. Mrs. Spakowski was appointed 
as their class advisor. Thomas Wic- 
kles was elected president, and was 
assisted by vice-president Richard Bur- 
rington. George Vachula was elected 
treasurer, and Brenda Malinowski filled 
the post of secretary. The class was rep- 
resented in the Student Council by Wil- 
liam Osley and Carol Vachula. 

The sophomores held their dance on 
November 19, with Jimmy Labbee as 
disc jockey. The class also held two food 
sales as fund-raising projects. 



CLASS OFFICERS: Mrs. Spakowski, G. Vachula, B. Malinowski, R. Bur- 
rington, T. Wickles. 




Sophomore line-up. 



'Only my hairdresser knows. 





"But I was just getting comfortable.' 




'But I can't even lift my foot." 



'This is my youngest, and ain't she grown? 



JUNIORS 




ROW ONE: L. Maslanka, W. Donnis, C. Kuzontkowski, Mr. Nadolny, S. Boyle, H. Belden, N. Maslan- 
ka. ROW TOW: C. Symanski, D. Korza, P. Jaworski, D. Sikorski, G. Lesiur, E. Gore, B. Puchalski, S. 
Potyrala, C. Zerneri, C. Brown. ROW THREE: D. Kostek, M. Dzwil, L. Prucnal, M. Vachula, B. Motyka, 
A. Adamski, J. Wilkes, M. Adamites, C. Brown, E. Proulx, J. Osley, A. Skorupski, J. Kosakowski, L. 
Antosz, C. Kielbrowicz. ROW FOUR: C. Harvey, C. Sliwoski, L. Bumikas, J. Kugler, C. Osepowicz, J. 
Yagodzinski, W. Olszewski, C. Buckowski, R. Sliwoski, H. Mitchell, R. Wozniak, B. Betsold, D. Des- 
mond, R. Scott, R. Pelis, M. Poole, R. Fitzgerald, P. Novak, D. Higgins. 





CLASS OFFICERS: 

Kuzontkowski. 



H. Belden, S. Boyle, Mr. Nadolny, N. Maslanka, C. 



At the first junior class meeting in Sep- 
tember, the following officers were 
elected: President, Harriet Belden; Vice- 
President, Carolyn Kuzontkoski; Secre- 
tary, Nancy Maslanka; and Treasurer, 
Sharon Boyle. Linda Maslanka and Wil- 
liam Donnis represented the class in the 
Student Council. Mr. Richard Nadolny 
served as class advisor. 

Linda Burnickas won the American Le- 
gion Oratorical Contest. Harriet Belden 
was chosen to attend Girls' State. 

The class held two dances and sold 
candy to make their junior year a suc- 
cessful one financially. The Junior Class 
Prom, "In the Misty Moonlight," was 
held on Saturday, May 28, at the Hotel 
Northampton in the Coachlight Room. 




'You can only sign out to the BOYS' basement, John." 



'No boy is worth starving for. 




'What this school needs is an elevator." 



'If he only knew who did our homework!" 






Brenda M. Adamites 
"Brenda" 

Northampton; College; Transferred from 
JHF Polytechnic High School; Thespi- 
ans 3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Yearbook 4; 
Rod and Gun Club 4; Science and Math 
Club 3; Vice-President 3. 

"Jeese oh man" — "Well, I don't know" 

— first prize in the dog show — dynamo 

— big sister. 



Sandra H. Baceski 
"Bees" 

Northampton; College; Thespians 2,3,4; 
Yearbook 2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Cheer- 
leader 1,2; Library Club 1; School News- 
paper 3; Washington Trip 4. 

"But, Mr. Naumowicz" — class clown — 
going strong at 30 mph — "Well, I don't 
know, but you know what I mean, don't 
you?" — love letters from Mitch. 



Barbara M. Baj 
"Barb" 

Northampton; College; Yearbook 2,3,4; 
Glee Club 2,3,4; Thespians 2,3,4; Voice 
Class 2; Creative Writing 4; Debating 
Club 3,4. 

Our roving reporter — standing appoint- 
ment at Helen's — "You'll never guess 
what happened to me last night" — 
promises, promises! — "What a hunk!" 






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Martha E. Belden 
"Martha" 

Northampton; College; Class President 
3; Class Treasurer 2; Yearbook 2,3,4; 
Editor-in-Chief 4; Pro Merito 1,2,3,4; 
DAR Good Citizen 4; Elk's Youth Lead- 
ership Representative 4; Glee Club 1,2,- 
3,4; President 1,4; Voice Class 2,3,4; 
Creative Writing 2,3,4; Narrator 4; 
Thespians 2,3,4; Treasurer 4; School 
Play 2,3,4; Debating-Discussion Club 3,- 
4; Good Government Day Represen- 
tative 4; Science Fair 3; Girls Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 3,4; Washington 
Trip 4. 

WILD PARTIES - eat at "Joe's" - Presi- 
dent of the "wait 'til the last minute" 
club — faulty seat belts in Joe's car — 
North Hatfield bus service. 



Sarah M. Belden 
"Sarah" 

Northampton; College; Yearbook 3,4; 
Thespians 2,3,4; School Play 2; Glee 
Club 2,3,4; Librarian 3,4; Voice Class 2,3; 
Creative Writing 2; Cheerleader 3,4; J.V. 
Captain 3; Varsity Captain 4; Girls Bas- 
ketball 2; Ski Club 4; Home Economics 
Club 4; Washington Trip 4. 



Gail E. Booker 
"Gail- 
Greenfield; General ; Transferred from 
Arms Academy; Yearbook 4. 

Silence is golden — school day starts at 
10:30 — knit one, purl two — "Oh, 
shoot!" 



TOMMY 
on you!' 
glory!" 



moody — "I'll tell my father 
— the Bullet — "Oh, good 




Northampton; College 
Chess 3,4. 

VIP in study hall — wild laugh — two 
unused prom tickets for sale — Levi Kid 
— "What's the newest pinball design?" 



FOUR YEAR PRO MERITO: Noreen Kochan, Suzanne Yarrows, Lynne Labbee, Alan 
Prucnal, Dorothy Sheehan, Martha Belden. Absent: Elizabeth Petcen. 



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Rene A. Bourque 
"Borky" 

Northampton; Commercial; Basketball 
1. 

Short, Dark, and handsome — one of the 
Three Musketeers — wild days at the 
Cape — "Let's take a ride to Hartford!" — 
"But, Mrs. Spakowski, my name is 
BOURQUE!" 




CLASS OFFICERS: ROW ONE: Mrs. Muller, Thomas Ursia, ROW TWO: Dorothy 
Sheehan, Karen Fitzgerald, Lynne Labbee. 



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'According to my calculations 




'And, please, no more homework!' 




David M. Brennan 
"David" 

Montague City; College; Prize Speaking 
3; American Legion Oratorical Contest 
3; Yearbook 4; Thespians 2,3,4; School 
Play 2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Voice Class 
2,3,4; Baseball manager 2,3; French 
Club 1; Science Fair 3; Creative Writing 
2,3,4; Vice President 4; Discussion Club 
3,4; Bowling Club 3; Washington Trip 4. 

"But my grandmother says ..." — a 
great helper — his green tie and bur- 
gundy jacket?! - Sidney or the Bush! - 
Superflake!!! 




William C. Harvey 
"Bill" 

Springfield; General; Transferred from 
St. Mary's in Westfield; Rod and Gun 
Club 4. 

his "little bug" — an avid hunter — ba- 
bysitting for Nanci on New Year's eve — 
"I've gotta start drinking milk!" — an- 
other one who never knows when to 
shut up. 



"My bedtime is 8:30 (a.m.)" 




David P. Brown 
"Brownie" 

Greenfield; Commercial; Basketball 1,2; 
Rod and Gun Club 3,4. 

BARBARA — trips to Connecticut — pro- 
ducer of Grand Champions — another 
Musketeer — "Skin-diving, anyone?" 



Cheryl L. Bucala 
"Cherl" 

Northampton; Commercial; Yearbook 3,- 
4; Glee Club 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3; 
School Paper 1,2. 

soda jerk — Smith's School! — "Oh, 
yeah!" — "welcoming wagon" for new- 
comers — a good listener. 



Karen M. Fitzgerald 
"Little Fitz" 

Northampton; College; Class Treasurer 
4; American Legion Oratorical Contest 
3; Yearbook 2,3,4; Thespians 2,3,4; 
School Play 2,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Co-captain 3; Science 
Fair 3; French Club 1; Washington Trip 4. 

"I'll call in sick!" — "We gotta murder 
St. Mike's!" - cashier at S&S - "He 
makes me sick!" — "Let's check out 
Serio's!" 






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Patricia A. Kempisty 
"Pat" 

Northampton; College; Class Treasurer 
1; Student Council 2,3; Prize Speaking 
3; Yearbook 2,3,4; Thespians 2,3,4; 
School Play 2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Rod 
and Gun Club 4; Washington Trip 4. 

DONNIE — a member of the house — 
born blond!? — "Kisty" — a walking 
candy store. 



Noreen M. Kochan 
"Noreen" 

Northampton; College; Pro Merito 1,2,3,- 
4; Yearbook 2,3,4; Business Manager 4; 
Thespians 2,3,4; Secretary 4; School 
Play 3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Math Club 1; 
Science Fair 3; Creative Writing 3; Office 
Aides 4; Washington Trip 4. 

"Guess what? My books balance!" — 
class perfectionist — "Tommy, it's your 
turn to take the car!" — always cries 
when she's happy — "But that's not fair, 
Mr. Naumowicz!" 



Kenneth J. Kociela 
"Kenny" 

Northampton; College; Student Council 
4; President 4; Prize Speaking 3; 
Thespians 4; School Play 4; Glee Club 3,- 
4; Science Club 1; President 1; Rod and 
Gun Club 3,4; President 3; Creative 
Writing 4; Washington Trip 4. 

altar boy — House of Billiards — "Did we 
have any Trig homework?" — "We are 
gathered here together ..." — setting 
an example for the student body??? 



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Richard C. Kukucka 
"Kuch" 

Northampton; Commercial; Chess Club 
3,4; Rod and Gun Club 3; Washington 
Trip 4. 

You're going far, but in the wrong direc- 
tion — one of the Bobsey twins — beat- 
up "business"car — What language!!! — 
First one to "lose" his ring. 



M. Lynne Labbee 
"Lynne" 

Richmond, Virginia; Commercial; Class 
Secretary 2,4; Pro Merito 1,2,3,4; Prize 
Speaking 3; Girls' State 3; Yearbook 2,- 
3,4; Layout Editor 4; Thespians 2,3,4; 
School Play 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Girls' 
Basketball 2; School Paper 1,2; Falcon 
Flyer 4; Washington Trip 4. 

editor of scandal sheet — "You're always 
picking on me!" — Lynne a go-go — 
three dates in one night — "Ah-so!" 



George W. Maiewski 
"George" 

Northampton; College; Prize Speaking 
3; Yearbook 4; Thespians 2,3,4; School 
Play 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Voice Class 
2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball Man- 
ager 3,4; Science Club 1; Creative Writ- 
ing 3,4; Washington Trip 4. 

never knows when to shut up — semi- 
annual haircut — jack of all trades — 
Liberace of the senior class — "Chalk 
one up for my side!" 





Frank L. Motyka 
"Frank" 

Springfield; College; Class Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Rod and Gun 3,4. 

week-ends at the Cape - nights up at 
Carl's house — cat naps in Latin — first- 
rate tire changer — "Suzy, who is it 
today?" 



Elizabeth L. Petcen 
"Betty" 

Northampton; College; Class President 
2; Pro Merito 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; 
Secretary-Treasurer of Glee Club 3,4 
Girls' Basketball 1,2; Math Club 1 
Washington Trip 4. 

Mama and Papa - BOBBY - K.P. duty 
during fourth — Sunday afternoon 
study (?) hour at Tet's — "All men are 
created equal." 



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Nancilea J. Michaloski 
"Nanci" 

Northampton; College; Yearbook 2,3,4; 
Thespians 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
Voice Class 3,4; Cheerleader 1,2; School 
Paper 1,2; Debating 3,4; Washington 
Trip 4. 

Clyde crash cop — OB's soda jerk — sec- 
ond prize in the dog show — "Does my 
hair look okay today?" — a member of 
the house. 




Kyra D. Petrick 
"Kyra" 

Springfield; College; Prize Speaking 3; 
Yearbook 3,4; Photography Editor 4; 
Thespians 2,3,4; School Play 2,3,4; Glee 
Club 2,3,4; Librarian 3; Voice Class 2,3,- 
4; American Legion Oratory Contest 3; 
Cheerleader 1,2,4; French Club 1; 
Science Fair 3; Creative Writing 2,3,4; 
President 4; Narrator 3; Discussion 
Club 4; Washington Trip 4. 

Her little red pick-up — "I'm gonna get 
my hair cut after graduation." — Gus, 
Sarah, Kyra, and ... — "Smile! You're 
on Sneaky Camera!" — "I've gotta go 
bug Mr. Herman!" 




'That little old winemaker, me! 



'We all got accepted at M & M College! 




"And I thought she liked me! 




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Alan S. Prucnal 
"Alan" 

Northampton; College; Class President 
1; Pro Merito 1,2,3,4; Student Council 
2,4; Elk's Youth Leadership Represen- 
tative 4; Yearbook 2,3,4; Creative Writ 
ing Society 2,3,4; Thespian Society 4; 
Glee Club 2,3,4; Boys' Glee Club 4; 
Voice Class 3,4; Chess Club 3,4; Presi 
dent 4; Bowling Club 3; Math Club 1 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Soc- 
cer 1,2,3,4; Science Fair 3; Washington 
Trip 4. 

"Ace" on campus — Cassanova — Ar- 
chie's right-hand man — "I should- have 
gotten a better mark!" — "Lloyd Bridges." 



still haven't got it. 





David Sikorski 
"Surfer" 

Northampton; College; Class Treasurer 
1; Class Vice-President 2; Baseball 1,2,- 
3,4; Basketball 1; Math Club 1; Chess 
Club 4; Washington Trip 4. 

Friday night at the Beachcomber — lum- 
bering walk — easy-going — "I wouldn't 
be seen at Mt. Park!" — week-end 
"weeder." 



'Yoo-hoo! I'm over here!' 



'Don't let the rain come down! 





David F. Puchalski 
"Budso" 

Northampton; Commercial; Student 
Council 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 
1,2,3; Soccer 1,2; Washington Trip 4. 

Wide grin — "You want a detention?" — 
blushes easily — volunteers (??) for 
office work — conceited or convinced? 



Michele A. Shaw 
"Maki" 

Northampton; Commercial; Class Secre- 
tary 3; Pro Merito 2; Yearbook 2,3,4; 
Assistant Layout Editor 4; Thespian So- 
ciety 2,3,4; School Play 4; Glee Club 1,2,- 
3,4; Voice Class 4; Girls' Basketball 1,2; 
School Paper 2; Falcon Flyer 4; Wash- 
ington Trip 4. 

"I gotta work this afternoon!" — hot 
blue Falcon — Slevie's buddy — "Guess 
who I'm in love with now?" 



Dorothy M. Sheehan 
"Dottie" 

Northampton; College; Class Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Pro Merito 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 3,- 
4; Treasurer 4; Creative Writing Society 
3,4; Thespian Society 3,4; Glee Club 2, 
3,4; Debating-Discussion Club 4; School 
Paper 1,3; Washington Trip 4. 

The Smith girl — reserved — way ahead 
of schedule — initiation date with Hoss 
— "Look at this mess!" 






John W. Skorupski 
"John" 

Northampton; College; Pro Merito 1,2, 
3,4; Prize Speaking 3; Boys' State 3; Crea- 
tive Writing Society 4; Thespian Society 
4; Science and Math Club 3; President 
3; Debating-Discussion Club 4; Wash- 
ington Trip 4. 

The Great Dissenter — mad scientist — 
air-mail term papers — "Big man" in 
town — "I hate English!" 



Sandra A. Slowikowski 
"Slevie" 

Northampton; Commercial; Yearbook 2,- 
3,4; Thespians 2,3,4; School Play 4; 
Glee Club 3,4; School Paper 1,2; Falcon 
Flyer 4; Washington Trip 4. 

"I want to be Bobby's girl." — back-seat 
driver — Does she or doesn't she? — 
Maki's adopted sister - the Weeper. 



Carol A. Stempel 
"Carol" 

Northampton; College; Class Secretary 
1; Prize Speaking 3; Yearbook 2,3,4; 
Thespians 2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Voice 
Class 3,4; School Paper 1,2,3; Wash- 
ington Trip 4. 

wrapped around her little finger — leader 
of the pack — "Yippee-do" — "Well, I 
don't care!" 




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Edward F. Talenda 
"Ed- 
Northampton; Commercial; Chess Club 
3,4; Rod and Gun Club 3,4; Washington 
Trip 4. 

"hot" language — chess star — never 
leaves Wally alone — he and "Kuch" — 
CENSORED!! 



Thomas E. Ursia 
"Tommy" 

Northampton; College; Class President 
4; Prize Speaking 3; Yearbook 3,4; Liter- 
ary Editor 4; Thespians 3,4; Stage Man- 
ager 4; School Play 3,4; Glee Club 3,4; 
Boys' Glee Club 4; School Paper 1; Rod 
and Gun Club 3,4; Creative Writing 4; 
Washington Trip 4. 

SHIRLEY - "I seen it!" - "Ken and 
me" — best dressed man on campus — 
Girl Scouting in junior homeroom. 



Gregory E. Weeks 
"Weeksie" 

Northampton; Commercial; Transferred 
from Northampton High School; 
Washington Trip 4. 

"You know Saturday night's always 
"Bender night" — doesn't know his 
"Score" — "Ya wanna do my RD vo- 
cabulary?" — brings his pillow to study 
hall — "What's it worth to you?" 




John J. Woloss 
"John" 

Northampton; Commercial; Chess Club 
3,4; Rod and Gun Club 3,4; Washington 
Trip 4. 



On Cloud 9 — 
that got away 
"Well, um-uh!" 



'Huh?" — the big one 
- red wavy locks — 




Suzanne M. Yarrows 
"Suzy" 

Northampton; College; Student Council 
1; Pro Merito 1,2,3,4; Prize Speaking 3; 
Yearbook 2,3,4; Assistant Editor 4; 
Thespians 2,3,4; Vice-President 3; Presi- 
dent 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2; 
Science Fair 3; School Play 2,3,4; Math 
Club 1; Office Aides 4; Washington Trip 4. 

Brian's chauffeur — "I think I'm in 
love!" — that Whale Inn fiasco! — 
"Bees, how 'bout if I fix you up with 
. . .?" — Boy Scouting at UMass. 




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ACTIVITIES 



STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES 




J. Skorupski, Boys' Sate; P. Jaworski, D. Pelc, AMA; M. Belden, DAR Award, Good Government Day 
Representative; L. Burnickas, Legion Oratorical Contest; L. Labbee, Girls' State. 



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Miss Livingston, J. Skorupski, N. Kochan, B. Baj, M. Belden (Alternate) R. Sliwoski. 
Date: May 27, 1966 
Opponent: Wilbraham Academy 
Score: 160-40 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




Mr. Skarzynski, L. Maslanka, C. Vachula, A. Prucnal, K. Kociela, W. Donnis, R. Osley, D. Puchalski. 



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FOUR YEAR: Mrs. Muller, S. Yarrows, L. Labbee, N. Kochan, A. Prucnal, M. Belden, D. Sheehan. Ab- 
sent: J. Skorupski, E. Petcen. 




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SOHPOMORES AND JUNIORS: ROW ONE: D. Korza, C. Kuz- Osepowicz. ROW THREE: R. Sliwoski, R Burrington D Des 

ontkowski, Mrs. Muller, H. Belden, S. Majewski. ROW TWO: D. mond, R. Pelis, J. Yagodzinski, T. Wickles, G. Vachula M 

Pelc, C. Vachula, M. Doktor, B. Malinowski, L. Maslanka, C. Vachula. 



PRIZE SPEAKING 




ROW ONE: John Skorupski, Kyra Petrick, Lynne Labbee, Suzanne Yarrows, Carol Stempel, ROW 
TWO: David Brennan, Thomas Ursia, George Maiewski, Kenneth Kociela, Patricia Kempisty. 



1st 


Kyra Petrick 


"You!" 


1st 


George Maiewski 


"Rumors" 


2nd 


Patricia Kempisty 


"Me, My Soul, And 1" 


2nd 


David Brennan 


"Ghosts" 


3rd 


Lynne Labbee 


"How Not To Get Into College" 


3rd 


John Skorupski 


"Hurray For Commercials!" 


4th 


Suzanne Yarrows 


"What About College Life?" 


4th 


Kenneth Kociela 


"Television In The Classroom" 


4th 


Carol Stempel 


"Noise — Something More To Worry About!" 


4th 


Thomas Ursia 


"Last Of The Giants - Sir Winston Churchill 




Smith Academy's annual prize speaking contest 
was held on April 9, 1965, at the Hatfield Me- 
morial Town Hall. Judges were: Donald Lindsey, 
principal of Russell School, Hadley; Lawrence 
Roberts and Katherine Mc Millan, both of John F. 
Kennedy Junior High School in Florence. 



Well, we've made it this far! 



JUNIOR PROM 




Superintendent John Skarzynski crowns Helen-Mary Zgrodnik queen of the prom as members of her 
court look on. 



'Moments to Remember" 



The Lord Jeffery Inn was the setting on May 
23rd, 1965 for the Junior Prom. The theme of 
the prom was "These Moments To Remember." 

The early American Room was elaborately de- 
corated with white daisies. In front of the fire- 
place was the queen's throne, which was a beau- 
tiful white chair of Venetian design. Music for the 
evening was provided by Bob Jeffway and his 
band. 

Soon the long awaited hour drew near and the 
traditional grand march began, directed by Mrs. 
Muller and led by the class president, Martha Bel- 
den and her escort. 

There was a stillness throughout the room as 
the most important moment of the night arrived 
and Helen Mary Zgrodnik was crowned queen by 
Superintendent John A. Skarzynski. Her court 
was composed of four lovely girls: Jean Appleton, 



Marcia Goclowski, Barbara Monahan, and Carol 
Stempel. As the end of the evening drew near, all 
couples were reluctant to leave the beautiful 
scene and will always think of it as "These Mo- 
ments To Remember." 




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ROW ONE: C. Kuzontkowski, D. Symanski, S. Belden, M. Don 
nis, C. Vachula. ROW TWO: K. Fitzgerald, B. Adamites, B. Baj 
D. Sheehan, D. Korza, K. Petrick, H. Belden, M. Belden, T. 
Ursia, Advisor Mr. Naumowciz, S. Yarrows, N. Kochan, M 
Shaw, C. Stempel, D. Brennan, R. Sliwoski. ROW THREE: H 
Keane, C. Zerneri, I. Glenowicz, C. Symanski, S. Potyrala, E 
Yarrows, E. Osley, M. Doktor, S. Proulx, D. Kostek, C. Sliwo 



ski, C. Osepowicz, S. Baceski, E. Ptecen, W. Donnis, K. Kociela. 
ROW FOUR: K. Klimczyk, S. Majewski, B. Malinowski, D. Pelc, 
J. Kosakowski, L. Labbee, S. Slowikowski, S. Boyle, L. Maslanka, 
P. Jaworski, M. Dzwil, J. Kugler, L Burnickas, A. Prucnal, G. 
Maiewski, L. Prucnal. 



Under the direction of Mr. John Naumowicz, the 
Thespian Society successfully produced the come- 
dy "Hillbilly Weddin' " on November 5, 1965, at 
the Hatfield Town Hall. This comedy in three acts 
was about the adventures of a well-to-do aunt 
and her nephew who, due to automobile 
difficulties, were forced to seek lodging overnight 
in a hillbilly cabin. This play also involved the ad- 
ventures of Paw Belsnickle as he tried to find 
suitable husbands for his daughters. 

This year's Spring production was an experiment 



in Smith Academy's music department. Through 
the combined efforts of the Glee Club and the 
Thespian Society, an operetta, "The Pirates of 
Penzance," was successfully produced on May 
13, 1966. Many talented students participated in 
the presentation of this, production. 
The operetta is the story of a young man, who due 
to a misunderstanding, was indentured to a 
band of pirates. The major-general must give up 
his daughters to the pirates who are noblemen in 
disguise. 




M. Belden, N. Kochan, T. Ursia, H. Belden, S. Yarrows, J. Naumowciz 




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PUBLICATIONS 



The editors of the '66 ECHO worked continually dur- 
ing the school year to make their yearbook the best 
one yet. New ideas were initiated to create a con- 
temporary instead of a traditional feeling within the 
yearbook. The editors devoted each Thursday for 
this purpose. The members of the '67 staff got a 
head start and worked side by side with the '66 
editors. 

The Falcon Flyer's interests were improved and 
broadened, creating more of a school newspaper 
than a one-page notice of school events. Write-ups 
were dedicated to all school activities, and sports 
events were featured as major articles. Students, of 
course, enjoyed the gossip section most where they 
found out what their fellow classmates did for ex- 
citement and what was going "around the school." 




Inspiration long in coming. 




'Looks like it was a wild week." 



FALCON FLYER EDITORS: L. Labbee, M. Shaw, S. Slowi- 
kowski. 








Caught in the act of 



YEARBOOK STAFF: ROW ONE: G. Maiewski, K. Petrick, T. Ursia, N. Kochan, M. 
Belden, Mrs. Spakowski, S. Yarrows, D. Sheehan, L. Labbee, M. Shaw, ROW 
TWO: L. Maslanka, C. Kuzontkowski, D. Symanski, S. Potyrala, J. Dickinson, E. 
Osley, I. Glenowicz, B. Malinowski, M. Doktor, C. Osepowicz, L. Burnickas, N. 
Maslanka, ROW THREE: K. Fitzgerald, H. Belden, D. Kostek, J. Kosakowski, C. 
Zerneri, S. Belden, D. Korza, D. Pelc, C. Stempel, S. Baceski, S. Slowikowski, L 
Shaw, C. Bucala. 



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FALCON FLYER STAFF: ROW ONE: S. Slowikowski, M. Shaw, L. Labbee, ROW TWO: 
Malinowski, I. Glenowicz, S. Maiewski, L. Shaw. 



"If you want a job done right — do it 
yourself." 




'And I thought nobody knew about it!" 



'These books have got to balance — eventually! 




'You don't expect me to put that in! 



YEARBOOK EDITORS: S. Yarrows, D. Sheehan, M. Belden, K. Petrick, M. Shav 
N. Kochan, L. Labbee, T. Ursia. 



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ROW ONE: J. Jagodzinski, S. Slowikowski, S. Proulx, ROW 
TWO: E. Osley, B. Kopac, M. Donnis, C. Fitzgerald, N. Kochan, 
M. Doktor, B. Baj, S. Boyle, ROW THREE: C. Kuzontkoski, S. 
Potyrala, L. Maslanka, H. Belden, Mrs. Norris, M. Shaw, C. 



Symanski, L. Burnickas, C. Osepowicz, ROW FOUR: J. Kosa- 
kowski, D. Pelc, N. Maslanka, K. Fitzgerald, S. Baceski, C. 
Stempel, J. Dickinson, L. Labbee. 



Altos 




ROW ONE: D. Sheehan, E. Petcen, S. Yarrows, D. Korza, D. 
Symanski, B. Adamites, S. Belden, K. Petrick, ROW TWO: E. 
Yarrows, K. Szych, C. Vachula, Mrs. Norris, C. Sliwoski, D. 



Kostek, C. Zerneri, I. Glenowicz, M. Belden, ROW THREE: J. 
Kugler, P. Jaworski, M. Dzwil, C. Harvey, P. Betsold, L. Shaw, 
B. Malinowski, E. Bruscoe, C. Mullins. 



BOYS' GLEE CLUB 




ROW ONE: A. Skorupski, W. Belden, J. Wilkes, L Prucnal, 
Mrs. Norris, R. Sliwoski, T. Ursia, B. Malinowski, P. Macio- 
rowski, ROW TWO: D. Brennan, A. Prucnal, W. Betsold, R. 



Burrington, R. Fitzgerald, W. Donnis, E. Proulx, K. Kociela, G. 
Vachula, J. Osley, T. Wickles, P. Duga, G. Maiewski. 



VOICE CLASS 




ROW ONE: H. Belden, L. Burnickas, M. Shaw, C. Stempel, 
Mrs. Norris, M. Belden, C. Sliwoski, S. Belden, K. Petrick, 



ROW TWO: D. Brennan, A. 
R. Sliwoski, A. Skorupski. 



Prucnal, G. Maiewski, L. Prucnal, 



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ROW ONE: J. Cantwell, R. Fitzgerald, C. Skorupski, Mr. Skar 
zynski, E. Proulx, C. Brown, J. Osley. ROW TWO: S. Boyle, S 
Potyrala, H. Belden, L. Burnickas, C. Zerneri, N. Maslanka, C 
Kielbowicz. ROW THREE: S. Maiewski, D. Kostek, B. Mali 
nowski, L. Prucnal, B. Motyka, J. Wilkes, R. Sliwoski, R. Bur 



rington, L. Antosz, J. Kosakowski, C. Osepowicz, M. Dzwil. 
ROW FOUR: L. Omasta, K. Klimczyk, C. Fitzgerald, P. Betsold, 
R. Wosniak, B. Betsold, R. Pelis, W. Skorupski, D. Desmond, 
W. Donnis, B. Malinowski, D. Higgins, B. Puchalski, E. Gore, 
P. Jaworski. 



CREATIVE WRITING 




ROW ONE: H. Belden, D. Kostek, Mr. Naumowicz, K. Petrick, 
M. Belden, D. Brennan. ROW TWO: H. Keane, C. Sliwoski, S. 
Potyrala, E. Osley, B. Malinowski, M. Donnis, C. Vacula, D. 



Symanski, C. Kuzontkowski. ROW THREE: A. Prucnal, R. Sli- 
woski, K. Kociela, W. Donnis, T. Ursia, I. Glenowicz, L. Burn- 
ickas, B. Baj, G. Maiewski, D. Sheehan. 



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SOFTBALL CAPTAINS: H. Belden, M. Belden, K. Fitzgerald, L. Maslanka, S. Potyrala, 
Mr. Meyerhoefer. 




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MONDAY 
CLUBS 




SKI CLUB: G. Proulx, Mr. Meyerhoefer, P. Duga, T. Zgrodnik, R. Burrington, S. Yar- 
rows, W. Belden, B. Malinowski, P. Maciorowski, G. Vachula. 




HOME ECONOMICS CLUB: P. Pergant, C. Fitzgerald, B. Kopacz, Mrs. Spa- 
kowski, D. Higgins, B. Puchalski, J. Jagodzinski, S. Belden, D. Sikorski. 



'But you don't have two right sleeves!' 




ROD AND GUN CLUB: ROW ONE: F. Motyka, C. Brown, E. Sikorski, Mr. Naumowicz, W. Pelis, D. 
Sheehan, T. Ursia, ROW TWO: J. Wilkes, K. Kociela, W. Donnis, B. Betsold, V. Lisewski, W. Harvey, 
W. Osley. 




'Just think, I started skiing on barrel DISCUSSION CLUB: ROW ONE: K. Petrick, M. Belden, C. Vachula, D. Kostek, H. 

staves." Belden, Miss Livingston, E. Osley, B. Baj, C. Sliwoski, D. Sheehan, ROW TWO: R. 

Sliwoski, A. Skorupski, J. Skorupski, G. Maiewski. 




"At the rate we're going, we'll be here all 
night!" 



OFFICE AIDS: ROW ONE: J. Adamites, C. Mullins, E. Bruscoe, C. Kuzontkoski, D. 
Symanski, S. Yarrows, ROW TWO: N. Kochan, L. Burnickas, S. Potyrala, P. Bet- 
sold, J. Dickinson. 




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CHESS CLUB: Mr. Nadolny, B. Motyka, C. Skorupski, J. Cantwell, M. Adamites, J. Osley, A. Prucnal, 
M. Ciszewski, P. Novak, J. Woloss, E. Talenda, R. Kukucka, W. Betsold, J. Yagodzinski, D. Sikorski, 
W. Olszewski, M. Vachula. 





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ROW ONE: B. Malinowski, A. Prucnal, G. Maiewski, J. Wilkes, 
T. Ursia. ROW TWO: P. Duga, W. Skorupski, J. Cantwell, C. 
Skorupski, L. Prucnal. ROW THREE: R. Pelis, R. Burrington, 







T. Wickles, V. Lisewski, P. Novak, W. Donnis, K. Kociela, A. 
Barschenski. ROW FOUR: Coach Meyerhoefer, D. Brennan. 



This year, under the supervision of Mr. 
Meyerhoefer, a new athletic club was 
created. The main goal of the track club 
this year was to familiarize the partici- 
pants with the proper use of equipment 
in order that those returning next year 
would be able to enter in area track and 
field meets. 

The javelin, discus and shot put were 
covered this year, as well as the 100 yd. 
dash and the triple jump. Members of 
this club practiced during their own free 
time and have already set several excel- 
lent timings and distances. Next year 
we all look forward to seeing S.A. pro- 
duce a spectacular track team. 



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ROW ONE: Coach Andrews, L. Prucnal, K. Zerneri, M. Vachu- 
la, R. Pel is, D. Paddock, P. Maciorowski, R. Ursia, W. Olszew- 
ski. ROW TWO: R. Paniczko, J. Wilkes, W. Skorupski.G.Vac- 

Coach Andrew's Falcons finished the season with a 
Hampshire League record of 6-8, a considerable im- 
provement over past years. The accent this year 
was on experience, due to fine performances by two 
and three year veterans. 

Credit must also be given to Coach Andrews whose 
instruction and initiative gave the team confidence 
and encouragement. 

Experience will play the major role for next year's 
team. The full team is expected to return next sea- 
son with the exception of Dave Sikorski, the only se- 
nior on the team. Dave did a commendable pitching 
job and was assisted by every member of the team, 
including a fine third base rookie, Ken Zerneri. It is 
hoped that next year's season will be as successful 
for the Falcon's as this year's season was. 



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SOCCER 




ROW ONE: W. Belden, C. Skorupski, R. Flynn, M. Vachula, A. 
Prucnal, W. Skorupski, B. Malinowski, J. Wilkes, A. Skorupski, 
R. Burrington, L. Prucnal, ROW TWO: Coach R. Nadolny, B. 



Betsold, D. Desmond, G. Proulx, W. Donnis, A. Poole, R. Pelis, 
P. Novak, R. Skiwoski, G. Vachula, T. Wickles, R. Fitzgerald, 
Asst. Coach C. Meyerhoefer. 




This year the soccer team, coached by Mr. Richard 
Nadolny, had a very aggressive team which cap- 
tured second honors in the Hampshire League. 
They earned a berth in the Western Mass. Tourna- 
ment, but were defeated in the first contest. . 
The Falcons ended their season with a 10-2-0 
record in the Hampshire League and a 13-3-1 rec- 
ord overall. Bob Pelis took the honors in the 
Hampshire League for number of goals scored 
with 17. Next year's team looks very promising, 
losing only one senior, the captain Alan Prucnal. 



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D. Jablonski, B. Malinowski, V. Lisewski, R. Burrington, T. Wilkes, Coach J. Savage, J. Wrobelewski, 
T. Wickles, B. Betsold, R. Sliwoski, J. Wilkes, W. Popko, E. Sikorski. 



This year Coach Joseph Savage put together a 
splendid J.V. team whose hard work was well re- 
warded by an undefeated season. Although the 
Junior Falcons and their opponents were well 
matched, the Falcons combined skill and spirit to 



establish a winning 19-0 record. The J.V. outlook 
for next season is an exceptionally fine one due to 
this year's promising performances of sophomores 
William Betsold, Victor Lisewski, and Thomas Wic- 
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VARSITY BASKETBALL 




ROW ONE: W. Skorupski, J. Yagodzinski, R. Pelis, R. Fitzger- 
ald, C. Skorupski, ROW TWO: G. Maiewski, B. Malinowski, A. 



Prucnal, Coach M. Moczulewski, J. Osley, R. Sliwoski, W. Bel- 
den. 



Once again the Smith Academy Varsity players of 
the 1965-66 squad captured the Hampshire 
League Crown after losing four of the five starters 
in '65. Coach Max Moczulewski predicted a fifty- 
fifty season, but the team came through spendid- 
ly for him after having had to rebuild from the 
previous year. The Falcons bench consisted of 
mostly Junior Varsity players, who came through 
well when needed. The Falcons had a fine 16-3 



record, (16-2 in Hampshire League), losing twice 
to St. Michaels, and once to East Longmeadow. 
The Falcons also were invited to the Small School 
Tournament, but were defeated by Turner Falls 
in the first game. 

Next year should be very promising for the Fal- 
cons with all but one player returning, the only 
senior on this year's squad, Alan Prucnal. 




GIRLS' BASKETBALL 




VARSITY: ROW ONE: S. Majewski, S. Maciorowski, C. Kuzontkowski, K. Fitzgerald, L. 
Burnickas, D. Kostek, ROW TWO: L. Maslanka, J. Dickinson, S. Potyrala, E. Osley, H. 
Belden, M. Belden, ROW THREE: Miss Kozera, C. Sliwoski. 



The Girls' Basketball team, under the direction of 
Miss Kozera and Miss Pipczynski, enjoyed a fairly 
good season. Playing energetically, the Varsity 
won five of the twelve games played. Although 
the Junior Varsity didn't do as well this year, the 
future looks brighter for these fighting ball play- 
ers. The Varsity also participated in a Basketball 
Tournament at Frontier Regional High School. 
They were victorious, winning their first game, 
but were defeated in the semi-finals. 



The Frontier Regional Girls' Invitational Basket- 
ball Tournament Association awarded Martha 
Belden a $250 scholarship, and Sally Majewski 
was named to the All-Stars team. 

Although the team will lose Martha Belden and 
Karen Fitzgerald, the team looks forward to a 
successful season in the coming year. 




JUNIOR VARSITY: ROW ONE: J. Fitzgerald, C. Cantwell, E. Boyle, M. Donnis, C. Va- 
chula, K. Klimczyk, ROW TWO: K. Zehelski, B. Malinowski, L. Shaw, I. Glenowicz, C. 
Symanski, J. Jagodzinski, ROW THREE: L. Barlow, D. Kempisty, B. Jaworski, Miss 
Pipczynski, P. Betsold, L. Celatka, M. Celatka. 




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CHEERLEADERS 




The Smith Academy cheerleaders, together with 
their advisor, Mrs. Muller, and loyal basketball 
fans, led their team to a top position in the 
Hampshire League this year. The entire squad 
consisted of: Sarah Belden, Eileen Bruscoe, Cindy 
Mullins, Kyra Petrick, Monica Pickett, Karen 
Wilkes, Varsity; and Christine Doty, Louise Roga- 



leski.and Irene Smiarowski, Junior Varsity. Sally 
Belden served as the team's mascot. The squad 
entered two cheering tournaments this past sea- 
son, doing their best in both. On behalf of the 
squad, the captain, Sarah Belden, extends thanks 
to all those who made this season one to be re- 
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'Peek-a-boo, I see you! 



On Sunday, April 17, twenty-nine members 
of the senior class of '66 and Claire Mooney 
from Concord, with Mr. and Mrs. Meyerhoef- 
er departed from Bradley Field on their 
Washington Trip. The first day included the 
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Christ 
Church; the evening included visits to the 
Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, the Ar- 
chives Building, and the National Gallery of 
Art. 

Monday's activities covered a visit with Rep- 
resentative Silvio 0. Conte at the Capital 
Building. This night was free. 

Tuesday morning's tours included the 
Smithsonian Institution, and the Bureau of 
Imprinting and Engraving. The afternoon 
was free, and in the evening a cruise was 
taken up the Potomac with a stop over at 
Marshall Hall Amusement Park. 




'Honest Coach, we were in our rooms all night!" 



"Now Betty, it's not all that bad!' 




"Before I got my Tonette, I was a plain "These sunglasses are to 

Jane!" conceal my fatigue." 



Wednesday's visits were the Washington Ca- 
thedral, the Washington Zoo, and the U.S. 
Naval Academy at Annapolis. This night was 
also free. 

After arrival in New York on Thursday 
morning, the seniors went on a bus tour of 
Manhatten and China Town, then on a 
cruise to Staten Island, to climb the Statue 
of Liberty. Again the evening was free for 
personal entertainment. 

Late Friday morning was free; some seniors 
packed for home, some went shopping, and 
others just plain slept. After lunch the se- 
niors visited Rockerfeller Center and Radio 
City. 

Departure was at 10:00 from Kennedy Air- 
port and the families were all waiting for the 
tired but happy seniors at Bradley Field 
when the jet landed at 10:30 Saturday 
night. 




Holy duck feathers!! 




S. Yarrows, S. Baceski, P. Kempisty, C. Bucala, S. Slowi- 
kowski, L. Labbee, C. Mooney, G. Booker, G. Weeks, D. Sikor- 
ski, R. Kukucka, J. Skorupski, G. Maiewski, D. Brennan, K. 
Kociela, T. Ursia, A. Barschenski, A. Prucnal, D. Puchalski, M. 



Shaw, N. Michaloski, K. Fitzgerald, N. Kochan, B. Baj, C. 
Stempel, E. Petcen, D. Sheehan, M. Belden, S.Belden, K. Pet- 
rick, Rep. Conte, Mrs. Meyerhoefer, Mr. Meyerhoefer, Andy. 



63 




'What a mess!' 



O 



Mount Vernon — one of the hot spots. 




'These feet weren't made for walkin' 



'What's our plane doing down in North Carolina!?" 




'This little piggy went to market 



That's our Andy — the world's 
greatest bus driver. 




Scrambled eggs and ice cream, anyone? 



'Sorry 'bout that! 



64 




A milkshake at this hour?! 



"'A 

He's only good when he's sleeping. 



.. 




We look innocent now, but . 



Mr. & Mrs. Coach — they made the trip 
what it was. 



SENIOR BANQUET 






SVfi 



CLASS DAY 




Last walk to Smith Academy. 



Farewell gift to Coach Nadolny from 
soccer team. 



Recipient of basketball letter. 




Hampshire League Trophy Farewell gift to Coach Andrews from William Skorupski, Foul Shooting 

baseball team. Award. 




Robert Pelis, Most Valuable Player 
Basketball. 



George Vachula, Most Valuable Player 
Baseball. 



"Boy, am I nervous! 



GRADUATION NIGHT 








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GRADUATION AWARDS 




Pro Merito Pins Martha Belden, Noreen Kochan, Lynne Labbee, 

Elizabeth Petcen, Alan Prucnal, Dorothy 

Sheehan, John Skorupski, Suzanne Yarrows 

American Legion Award, Oratory Medal, U.S. Savings Bond Eugene Proulx 

Hatfield Book Club Annual Literary Award Martha Belden 

D.A.R. Good Citizen Award Martha Belden 

Josten Medallion Awards: 

Valedictorian Martha Belden 

Salutatorian Dorothy Sheehan 

Third Honors Noreen Kochan 

Girls' and Boys' Activities Karen Fitzgerald, George Maiewski 

Girls' and Boys' Athletics Martha Belden, Alan Prucnal 

Journalism Lynne Labbee 

Ail-Around Student Suzanne Yarrows 

Rensselaer Alumni Award for outstanding work in Mathematics 

and Science Alan Prucnal 

Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award John Skorupski 

Danforth Leadership Awards Suzanne Yarrows, Alan Prucnal 

Lions Club Award for further education Sarah Belden 

Woman's Endeavor Society Award Sarah Belden 

M. Larkin Proulx Award Alan Prucnal 

Woman's Club of the Holy Trinity Catholic Church Award to the top 
commercial student Lynne Labbee 

Suzanne M. Novak Memorial Award for proficiency and progress in 
English with the intention of teaching Noreen Kochan 

Parent-Teachers Council Award for proficiency and progress in the 
study of history and government Noreen Kochan, John Skorupski 

Hatfield Teachers Club Award Karen Fitzgerald, Carol Stempel 

Reader's Digest Award Martha Belden 

Hampshire League Scholarship Award Alan Prucnal 

Student Government Day Certificate Martha Belden 

Hatfield Jr. Drum Corps Award for proficiency and progress in 

languages Dorothy Sheehan, John Skorupski 

Patricia Zembiski Memorial Award for further education in a 

nursing or teaching career Carol Stempel 

Hampshire County Realtors' Scholarship John Skorupski 



PATRONS 



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p 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Yarrows |K? 

Mr. & Mrs. William Parmeter f?= 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Zembiski fjp 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Bardwell fp 

Mrs. Bradlee czi 

Mr. & Mrs. E. Vanasse r^. 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald H. Sheehan ^Jl 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Labbee \M 

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# ************ ******** * 

* * 

a/ Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Michaloski \t 

•Jf Mr. & Mrs. John Skarzynski ^f 

•^f Mr. & Mrs. Frank Glenowicz *$f 

*5f Mr. & Mrs. John F. Sheehan vv 

** Mr & Mrs. Frank Malinowski, Jr. *** 

w Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Skorupski, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Symanski 

•£ •*• 

„ Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kostek j. 

ja Mr. & Mrs. Edward Breor j£ 

^f Mr. & Mrs. Henry Kugler, Sr. ^. 

•$£ Mr. & Mrs. Richard Vollinger «K" 

•X- * 

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*•****••*•*•••• •••**•**••*••••**•*** •*****•****•**•****•* ****** 



Connie & Tuck Mullaney 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Rogaleski 

Miss Hazel Powers 

Amelia Zehelski 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Paszek 

Anne M. Yarrows 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Flouton 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kabat 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Benjamin 

A friend 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Goller 

A friend 

Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Chabot 

Mr. & Mrs. John Prasol 

A friend 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Zima 

A friend 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Dwight 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Petcen 

A friend 

Mr. & Mrs. Marc Boyle 

Mr. & Mrs. Hunnewell Braman 

A friend 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis Vollinger 

A friend 

Janet "Maggie" Balise 

A friend 

Mr. & Mrs. Andres Adamski 

Mr. & Mrs. David Nims 

Mr. & Mrs. Zagranic 

A friend 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Jablonski 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Duga 

Mrs. Daniel P. Sheehan 

A friend 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Ryan 



Mr. & Mrs. Carl Kuzontkoski 




Miss Jean Kempisty 


* 


Mr. & Mrs. Frank Widelo 




Mr. & Mrs. Charles Powers 




A friend 




Mr. & Mrs. Americo A. Zerneri 


* 


Mr. & Mrs. Paul Kukucka 


* 


Mr. & Mrs. Chester Faszcza 


* 


Mr. & Mrs. William Boyle 


* 


Mr. & Mrs. Paul Cernak 


* 


A friend 




Mr. & Mrs. George Bucala 




Mr. & Mrs. William Slowikowski 




Mr. & Mrs. Edward Potyrala 




Mr. & Mrs. William Symanski 


* 
if 


A friend 


+ 


Mr. & Mrs. August Karakula 


+ 


A friend 




Mr. & Mrs. Henry Kosakowski 


* 
* 


Dr. & Mrs. Robert C. Byrne 


+ 


A friend 


* 
+ 
* 


A friend 




Mr. & Mrs. Mitchell Kempisty 


* 
* 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles Yagodzinski 


* 


A friend 


+ 


Mr. & Mrs. Peter Turban, Jr. 


-* 
* 


Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth McCartney 




A friend 




Mr. & Mrs. A. Prew 


* 


Mr. & Mrs. Henry Donnis 


-* 


Miss E. Howard 


* 
* 


Mr. Chester Szawlowski 




Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Dosior 




Joe Kalentek 




Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kochan 


* 
* 
« 


Mrs. Mary J. Kossick "Nanny" 


* 
* 



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AUTO & TRUCK BODY REPAIRS 



me 




• Repairing, Refinishing, & Lettering 

• Cars & Trucks, All Sizes Painted & Colors Matched 

• Frame & Axle Straightening 

• Steering & Suspension Service 

• Front End Alignment & Wheel Balancing 

LABBEE 

AufcrBodu 

Linseed Road, West Hatfield ^f 




Jim Labbee, Proprietor 



247-5109 



E & S FARMS 

Hatfield, Massachusetts 

Owned and Operated 

by 

Edward and Sally Kempisty 

Growers of the Valley's Finest Produce 



Josten Class Rings 

Symbolize 

The Finest Traditions 

and 

Durable Satisfactions 

Fair Play Loyalty Friendship Scholarship 

JOSTEN'S 

More than 60 years 



DON LENDRY 

P.O. Box 209 

Forest Park Station 

Springfield, Massachusetts 

REpublic 2-7692 



Best Wishes 

to 

the Graduating Class 



REVEREND 
WILLIAM FRANCIS BREEN 



Pastor of 

St. Joseph's 

Roman Catholic Parish 



Excavating — Heavy Trucking 
Bulldozing Equipment Rentals 

OSLEY CONSTRUCTION 
COMPANY 

P.O. Box 101 

West Street 

West Hatfield, Mass. 

247-2401 i 


THE 
"OVERHEAD DOORS" 

SALES & SERVICE 

Albert J. Molitoris 

36 Pomeroy Ter. 

Northampton 


CHARLES R. DUTTON 

Funeral Service 

425 Prospect St. 

Northampton 


HAMPSHIRE SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

Plumbing Supplies 

316 King Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


Sales & Service 

LABBEE CHEVROLET, INC. 

200 North King Street 
Northampton, Massachusetts 


Compliments of 

MR. BURG, INC. 

Now featuring Automatic Tel-Trays 

King Street 

Northampton, Mass. 



SID WOLFRAM 



Sand — Loam — Gravel 

Heavy Hauling — Bulldozing 

Phone Hatfield 

CH 7-4161 



Congratulations to 
Class of '66 

RUSSELL'S SANDWICH SHOP 

Route 5 & 10 
West Hatfield 



PLEASANT MARKET, INC 

"Groceries and Meats at Their Best" 

Main Street 

Northampton, Mass. 



STEWARTS 



COLLEGE TOWNE SHOPS 

For beautiful clothes Northampton & New York 



MacDONALD'S SHOE STORE 

i Main Street 

Northampton, Mass. 
Tel. 584-2141 


for men of today and tomorrow 

darnel^ 

menswear boyswear 

16-18 main street northampton 

584-8661 


HAMPSHIRE 
SUPPLY 

316 King Street 
Northampton 
Massachusetts 


NORTHAMPTON 
SHELL SERVICE 

176 King Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

584-9622 

Robert Hurfurth 


WOOD & STRAND INC. 

Jewelers 

Northampton 

"Across from City Hall" 


CHRISTENSON 
PAINT & WALLPAPER SUPPLY 

Benjamin Moore Paint 
76 Maple Street 
Florence, Mass. 


COVENTRY'S 
MOTOR COURT 

Hatfield 
Massachusetts 


PURSEGLOVES 

15 State Street 
Northampton 


HATFIELD LIQUORS 

48 School Street 
Hatfield, Massachusetts 


1. FINE, INC. 

The Army and Navy Store 

36 Main Street 

Northampton, Mass. 



TOW. SW. KAZIMIERZA 


LAVALLE'S TEXACO 

72 King Street 


Gr. 1965 Hatfield, Mass. 


Northampton, Mass. 




Better Groceries 


H. L CHILDS 


THE 


/ \ 


AND SON 


TELEVISION SHOP 

22 Masonic Street 

584-3535 

Northampton 


at 
BROWN'S MARKET 

State Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


Painting and Paper- 
hanging Contractors 
25 State Street 
Northampton 
584-2604 






Fine Luggage and 


WALSH SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

North Maple Street 

Florence, Mass. 

584-1586 


"The name to remember 
in Menswear" 
NELSON'S 

14 Center Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


Leather goods 

at 

HARLOW LUGGAGE 

STORE 

18 Center Street 
Northampton 


KOLLMORGEN CORPORATION 


HADLEY MOTOR SALES 

Used Cars 


347 King Street 
Northampton, Massachusetts 


Chester Kulikowski 
Russell Street 




Hadley, Massachusetts 



MUNSON AUTO 
SUPPLY 

Pleasant Street 


aBBJ 

Buy from the man who 

knows Typewriters 

Smith-Corona 

Typewriters 

THE 


MORIARITY 
FURNITURE 

Market Street 


Northampton 


TYPEWRITER 
SHOP 

84 Pleasant Street 
Northampton 


Northampton 


RHEA FUEL CORPORATION 


Whalen's Service Station 


300 King Street Northampton, Mass. 


For Better Health 


EAT POTATOES 


J. B. MAIEWSKI & SONS 


Whately, Mass. 


WIRTHMORE 




SMITH GLASS 


STORES 




AND MIRROR 


Lumber 


FRANK'S 


279 Main Street 


Building Materials 


BARBER SHOP 


Northampton 


Grain and Coal 


Market Street 


584-3707 


Elm Street 


Northampton 


Art Supplies 


South Deerfield, Mass. 




Glass for every purpose 


665-2180-3862 




Picture Framing 



Groceries 
Vegetables 
Beer & Wine 

HATFIELD MARKET 

Myron J. Sikorski, Proprietor 
Prospect Street, Hatfield 


AQUA VITAE 

RESTAURANT & 

MOTEL 

Hadley, Massachusetts 


ACME AUTO BODY 

and 

WHEEL ALIGNMENT, INC. 

Painting and Refinishing 

Wheel Alignment 

220 King Street 

Northampton, Mass. 


WKT] 584-3532 


Plumbing & Heating, Hardware, 
Electrical Supplies 

NORTHAMPTON PLUMBING 
AND HARDWARE CO. 

285 King Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

584-4250 


"Beauty begins with your hair" 
Open: Mon. thru Sat. 

Thurs. and Fri. nights 
10 Bridge Street 

Northampton, Mass. 


GOULD FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

137 King Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


"FINE EYEWEAR DOESN'T 
COST - IT PAYS" 

Donald S. Call 

Optician — Hearing Aids 

56 Main Street, Amherst 

253-7002 




GEORGE H. HOWARD 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

One Campus Lane Easthampton, Massachusetts 

Tel. 527-2700 



FRONTIER LUMBER COMPANY 

Everything for the Builder and the Home Owner 

Elm Street Hatfield 

247-2781 



J.A.M. 

Television Service 

Exclusive Emerson Color 

Black and White 

247-5512 



Route 5 



North Hatfield 



n 



JOHN F. O'CONNELL 
FUNERAL HOME 

94 King Street 

Northampton, Massachusetts 

Telephone 584-3732 




LaSALLE FLORIST 

Whately, Massachusetts 

Routes 5 & 10 

Enterprise 4045 

"Flowers say everything better' 



FRAN'S 
BEAUTY SALON 

Main Street 

Hatfield, Mass. 

247-5150 



STANLEY 
MACIOROWSKI 

Builder 

Hatfield 

Massachusetts 



VALLEY SPORTS CENTER 

Everything for the Sportsman 

and Athlete 

155 Northampton Street 

Easthampton, Mass. 

Tel. 527-9728 



HELEN WOODS 

Lamps 

and 

Lampshades 

217 Main Street 

Northampton 



HELEN'S 
HOUSE OF BEAUTY 

155 Main Street 
Northampton 

584-4861 

Helen Bartlett 

Proprietor 



EDWARD J. WICKLES, INC. 

Builder & Developer 

of 

Colonial Acres 

Hatfield 



AAA TV & APPLIANCE 

Service — Sales 

98 Pleasant Street 

Northampton, Massachusetts 

586-0180 




MARONEY FUEL, INC. 


PLUMB AUTO SUPPLY 

242 King Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


Specialists in Heating 
and Air Conditioning 


EMPSALL'S SPORT SHOP 

64 Green Street 

Northampton 

The complete one-stop ski shop 

specializing in ladies' sportwear 

and equipment. 


HOUSE OF WALSH, INC. 

Amherst 

Massachusetts 

Outfitters 

to 

! College Men and Women 


BUCHHOLZ RAMBLER CO. 

141 King Street 

Northampton 

Rambler and Toyota 


COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 


REYNOLDS 
FUNERAL HOME 

71 King Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


1 


T DRINK "7 


If of 

t& Northampton 


l! 




¥ 






^jP WESTERN AUTO 




K. & L SERVICE 


^ > ASSOCIATE STORE 




Prospect Street 


Compliments of a Friend 




Hatfield, Mass. 


32 Main Street 




247-5057 


Northampton, Mass. 






G. A. FINCH & SONS 




DAILY HAMPSHIRE 


INSURANCE AGENCY 




GAZETTE 


All kinds of insurance 




Established in 1786 


and real estate 




Armory Street 


63 Main Street Florence 




Northampton, Mass. 


CHICK'S 








LUNCHEONETTE 


GAGNON'S 






28 Elm Street 


GARAGE, INC. 




THE QUILL BOOK SHOP 


i South Deerf leld 


Depot Avenue 




100 Green Street 


Massachusetts 


Florence, Mass. 




Northampton 


MAPLE GROVE 


CARLSON'S 




ED'S FOODLAND, INC. 


CLUB 


Clothing for men 




1504 Allen Street 




and boys 




Springfield 


Long Plain Road 










Main Street 




11 Union Street 


Whately, Mass. 










Northampton 




Easthampton 



J. W. PARSONS & SONS, INC. 



Farm & Industrial Tractors 
& Machines 

Bridge Street 




Service — Parts 



West Hatfield 



WEST HATFIELD 
MOWER SERVICE 

West Street 
247-5112 




WHMP 

78 Main Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



SZELEWICKI'S 
SHOE STORE 

South Deerfield 
Massachusetts 



PADDOCK'S 

CLEANERS AND 

TAILORS 

'Suits made to order" 

7 North Main Street 

Florence, Mass. 



CHARLIE'S 
AUTO BODY 

15 Maple Street 
Hatfield, Mass. 



HATFIELD 
POST OFFICE 

Main Street 

Hatfield, Mass. 01038 

"Mail travels faster 

when you use zip code.' 



POMEROY LUMBER COMPANY 

Quality Lumber and Building Materials 
Depot Road North Hatfield, Mass. 



PETER RAPID CLEANERS 

1 6 Campus Lane 
Easthampton, Mass. 
527-2164 


HAMPSHIRE 
MOTOR SALES, INC. 

Lincoln Continental 

Comet 

Mercury 

Sports and Foreign Cars 

208 King Street 

Northampton 

JUstice 4-6207 

4$ 


H. A. DRAGON OPTICIAN 

49 Locust Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


PLEASANT PHARMACY 

Prescription Druggists 

88 Pleasant Street 
Northampton, Mass. 
JU 4-0945 


NORTHAMPTON SPORTSMAN'S 
CENTER 

104 Damon Road 

Northampton 

JU 4-5777 


LOUIS KANDSZ 

"Eat more potatoes" 



DR. DOWNHILL 

North King Street 

Northampton 


NORTHAMPTON 
BARBER SHOPS 

King Street 
Northampton 


BRENCHE JEWELERS 

2 Pleasant Street 
Northampton 


FLORENCE TEXACO SERVICE, INC. 

68 Main Street Florence 
584-8060 


B&B RESTAURANT 

Prospect Street 
Hatfield, Massachusetts 


HATFIELD BEVERAGES 

Prospect Street 
Hatfield, Massachusetts 


HATFIELD PHARMACY 

Main Street 
Hatfield 
247-5505 


BLYDA FORD SALES 

171 King Street 
Northampton, Mass. 

584-2400 
Ford, Falcon, Fairlane, 
Thunderbird, Mustang 


JOHN T. MARTULA 

245 Russell Street 
Hadley, Mass. 


MARIMAC UNIFORM 
SHOP 

202 State Street 

Northampton 

584-1054 



HATFIELD DAIRY 






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KING DRUGS 


Vi 




Kingsgate Plaza 




Northampton, Mass. 






SALLS-WHALEN 




BON MARCHE 




INSURANCE AGENCY 




Millinery & Specialty 

Shoppe 

Northampton 

Massachusetts 




Stock & Mutual 

Companies 

265 Main Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

Telephone 

586-1000 


HELEN'S BEAUTY SHOP 

of 
Hatfield 
247-5431 


CARLO OF NAPLES 




DENNY 


HERLIHY'S 


RESTAURANT 




OPTICIAN 


76 Maple Street 


State Street 




4 Crafts Avenue 


Florence 


Northampton, Mass. 




Northampton, Mass. 


584-2283 






SUBURBAN LINOLEUM 






COMPANY 


WHATELY INN 




63V2 Maple Street 


Whately, Mass. 
Prop. S. Kloc, Sr., S. Kloc, 


Jr. 


Florence Massachusetts 

584-4890 

"We specialize in all types 

of flooring and carpeting" 





ROSES RESTAURANT 


^GKRto^ 


Frozen foods 


ML Ik 


American, Italian, & Polish foods 


iilhlk 


home-made bread & pastry 


pizzas and grinders 


\ 


PH.UM 




Orders to take out. 
584-9696 




.ROEBUCK AND CO. 




Northampton 


DAVID BOOT SHOP 


Massachusetts 


and 


584-3590 


THE BOOTERY 




221-227 Main Street 




Northampton 


ONE HOUR 


DR. F. G. RUDER 


CURTISS BREEDING 


MARTINIZING 

193 Main Street 
Northampton 


veterinarian 

North Pleasant Street 

Amherst 

253-3070 


SERVICE, INC. 

Robert Cutter 
Mike Raffa 


"Congratulations to the Class of '66" 


from 


MORRISON OPTICIAN 


135 Main Street 584-4450 


Northampton, Massachusetts 










VALENTINE CONCRETE 




AGWAY INC. 








King Street 




COMPANY 




Northampton 




North Elm Street 




584-6471 




Northampton 
584-2745 


ft 






LIGHTHOUSE 




GRAVES 


ANTIQUES 




RESTAURANT 


Routes 5 & 10 


j$ 


MIKE'S 


& 


South Deerfield 


BARBER 


THE FOUR 


furniture — primitives 


w 


SHOP 


CORNERS CLUB 


cut glass — china 






Mr. & Mrs. L. J. Spaulding 








775-2488 




"Best Wishes 






to the Class of '66" 


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HOLY TRINITY 


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MW 


ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURC 


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Hatfield, Mass. 





THE RED BRICK SCHOOL HOUSE, 
INC. 

Whately, Mass. 
Bought — Antiques — Sold 

Restored — Reproduced 

Cabinetmaker — Furniture 

Made to Order 

P.O. Box 14 North Hatfield 

On Routes 5 & 10 Tel. 247-5761 



HARUBIN'S SERVICE STATION 

West Street 

North Hatfield, Mass. 

247-5140 

"General Repairs" 



LIZOTTE'S 
TOBACCO SHOP 

76 Main Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

584-2812 




HATFIELD BEEF 

Prospect Street 

Hatfield, Mass. 

247-5441 



Main Street 
Florence, Mass. 



AMHERST TOWER 




Pizza 

Submarine & Delicatessen 

Style Sandwiches 
Beverages 

To Eat In or Take Out 

11 East Pleasant St., Amherst 

Dial 256-6667 or 253-7100 



MALONEY'S BAKERY 

440 Pleasant Street 
Northampton 



TED'S BOOT SHOP 

158 Main Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

'Fashion & fit at the friendly shoe store' 







CZELUSNIAK FUNERAL HOMES 



DICK'S 
AUTO BODY 

Had ley 
Massachusetts 




P and R 
TELEVISION 

Five Market Street 
Northampton 



MARY MARGUERITE TEA ROOM 

21 State Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

584-1173 



WEST CLOTHING CENTER 

11 North Maple Street 

Florence 

"Clothing and Shoes 

tor the Entire Family" 

Western Wear 



ESQUIRE LINEN SERVICE 

Linen Rental — Tuxedo Rental 

35 State Street 

Northampton 



ANN AUGUST 

108 Main Street 
Northampton 



LABBEE'S SERVICE STATION 



State Rd. 
W. Hatfield 
584-9031 
John Labbee 
Proprietor 




MISS FLORENCE DINER 

and 

ALEXANDER'S RESTAURANT 

99 Main Street 

Florence, Mass. 

"We Specialize in Catering" 



'Congratulations & Best Wishes' 

CAHILL & HODGES 

Menswear 
Northampton, Massachusetts 



YOUR 

Insurance 




dependent 

AGENT 



SERVES/ YOU /FIRST" 

1NAIA 



General Insurance 
Life Insurance 
Mutual Funds 
Real Estate 



ROGALESKI INSURANCE AGENCY 



8 Maple Street 



Hatfield, Massachusetts 



247-3411 











Congratulations to the Class of 1966 

PIONEER VALLEY TRAVEL INC. 

88 King Street, Northampton, Massachusetts, Tel. 586-1366 


BRADSTREET CAFE 

Scallops, Fried Clams, Steamed Clams 

Brad street 

North Hatfield, Mass. 


DR. GERVAIS 

and 
DR. DOLLOF 

51 Locust Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


THE BAK COMPANY 

Alignment, Balancing and Brakes 

Front End Overhauling 

Good Year and Delta Tires 

Passenger, Truck and Farm 

55 Damon Road Northampton 

Phone 584-4769 


GRAVES EQUIPMENT, INC. 

"International Construction Equipment" 

306 King Street 

Northampton, Mass. 



"Best Wishes to the Class of '66" 

THE TRIPOD CAMERA SHOP, INC. 

Northampton 

and 

Amherst, Mass. 

Mert Alden Al Muller 



ZENAN J. BARSH 

Dwight Street Hatfield 



247-5257 



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"To the class of '66 — 
Best wishes for the Future" 

LUTHER BELDEN FARM 

Milk, Potatoes, Sheep 
North Hatfield, Massachusetts 



NORTHAMPTON 
FROZEN FOOD LOCKER CO. 

29 Hawley Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

584-2618 



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DEALER 



FRED'S ESSO SERVICENTER 

60 King Street 

Northampton, Massachusetts 

Proprietor - Fred LaMarche 584-2494 



AHEARN FUNERAL HOME 

Two Pomeroy Terrace Northampton, Mass. 

Roy T. Ahearn 




Arlene Studio Photographers 


"PORTRAITS AT OUR STUDIO 


CANDIDS AT YOUR HOME" 




213 Main Street 




Northampton, Mass. 




584-2940 




Henry Herman 


SOPHIA SMITH 






MOTEL 

"Four miles north 

of Northampton" 

Route 5 & 10 

West Hatfield 


FENTON CLEANERS 

25 King Street 
Northampton 
Massachusetts 


FRAN'S 
BEAUTY SALON 

Main Street 

Hatfield, Mass. 

247-5150 


247-2871 










ROBERTS BROTHERS 


GREETINGS 




^ 


175 Main Street 
Northampton 
"The store with all the 


:ards" 


■fc^ Maple Street 
1 ^| Hatfield 




* AMERICAN 
YEARBOOK 
COMPANY 

REPRESENTATIVE : 

Mr. Donald Lendry 

Box 209 

Forest Park Station 

Springfield, Massachusetts 




STUDIOS AND PLANTS: 

■fr CAMBRIDGE , MARYLAND 
•k HANNIBAL , MISSOURI 
"fr TOPEKA, KANSAS 

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